If you are a WordPress lover like me then I am sure you have also read some books regarding WordPress. There are a plenty of books available in WordPress niche but one of the most comprehensive book I have ever seen is Digging into WordPress by Chris Coyier and Jeff Starr. Both of them are renowned authors and famous developers of WordPress Community. Today we will review the book and we have 3 copies of Digging into WordPress to giveaway for our beloved Themeflash Readers/Subscribers.
Its grunge texture time again. This time we went with concrete base and added effects and mixed in multiple other textures. The images are mostly in black and white tones and are full of scratches which makes them perfect to give a grunge feeling to your designs.
Here is a stunning collection of 17 high-resolution liquid in motion images. Below the previews you will find the free download for all 17 full-sized, original images.
In this tutorial we are going to create a pure jQuery & CSS twitter ticker which utilizes Twitter’s Search API.
One big difference between a good camera shot and another is the movement. Although digital photography only gets still images of the world around us, but giving the elements in your photo the sense of movement turns your photo to a real life experience.
From time to time I am creating free wordpress theme articles, but this time I wanted to showcase several great sites regularly updating and reviewing new themes daily. This showcase will be useful if you like to dig deeper yourself instead of searching premade list articles. It takes a lot more time of course, but…
For tiny businesses, benchmarking is bogus. Most freelancers are tiny businesses. It doesn’t matter what freelancer A is charging. It doesn’t matter what net profit ratio freelancer B is making. You shouldn’t set targets based on what other people are doing. You should set targets based on what you can do and what you want…